I like designing thoughtful experiences to help people interact with complex enterprise systems.
I am currently an Interaction Designer at VMware since 2015 where I work on making enterprise software as delightful as consumer products, making workflows more modular, and standardizing our disparate interaction patterns into a cohesive consistent system. You can read more about my experience on the VMware blog.
Previously, I studied Human Computer Interaction from Georgia Tech. It has shaped the way I think and approach problems through its rigorous and flexible program. Before that, I studied Computer Science and Classical Dance, each providing me with a unique set of analytical and creative skills.
I love continuing my education by exploring new avenues such as specializing in Graphic Design from CalArts and learning about Storytelling from IDEO. I'm currently learning how to take sketch-notes to make meetings and white-boarding more engaging.
Connections, flows and patterns fascinate me. My process revolves around identifying these key structures about any problem and enabling people to view a complicated world through a simplified lens.
Who I am
An avid reader who loves buying books and staring at them lovingly.
Owner of bright colorful trinkets which I like to arrange on white surfaces.
Social creature who likes to discuss TV shows and follow storylines obsessively.
What I do
Carry a notebook around to draw lines and doodle and note down ideas.
Keep smiling and keep asking questions, you never know what you'll find.
Dance around to funky Bollywood music while working.
How I think
Jot down everything everyone knows about the problem.
Visualize the problem with all of its requirements and constraints.
Create a working flow of the issue and keep iterating.